Race takes place on the City Creek Trail Head South Grant. Beginner, Sport, Expert and Pro divisions
Free prerace spaghetti dinner for racers Friday, June 10th @ 7:00 p.m. at Centennial Park catered by Sand Trap. Post race lunch on Saturday, June 11 at Centennial Park catered by Sand Trap
Racers shirt will be a cotton poly T-shirt
Cash prizes for singlespeed and open class top three M & F
Medals for top 3 in each age category for each class
5:00 p.m. — Hot Rock Registration
5:45 p.m. — Hot Rock Junior Race - Ages 9-14 (5km trail) $10
6:00 p.m. — Hot Rock Kids Race
Ages 0-8 (Pump Track) FREE
6:30 p.m. — Adult mini bike race (Pump Track)
7:00 p.m. - Spaghetti Dinner / Racer Check-in
7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Racer Check-in
9:15 Racer Meeting
9:30 Open class (27 miles)
9:35 Expert class (27 miles)
9:45 Sport class (17 miles)
10:00 Beginner (12 miles)
11:30 - 2:00 p.m. Lunch
2:00 Awards, Prizes and Raffle
Awesome swag including t-shirt and Raffle ticket
$1000 Cash Prizes for open class!
Prizes for top 3 in each class!
Who we are:
A collection of trail biking enthusiasts with a passion for outdoor recreation, competition, and common vision for celebrating the use of our unique outdoor trail resource!
Pedal Fest Vision:
All community members have ample opportunity to participate in a healthy, vibrant, and sustainable outdoor recreational lifestyle through the use of a safe and well-maintained Pocatello trail system.
Pedal Fest Mission:
Provide resources (money and labor) to help promote, maintain, and improve all trails in the greater Pocatello area.
Primary Annual Goal:
Conduct an annual bike race which:
• Will raise funds to support the vision & mission of Pedal Fest.
• Will offer a variety of fun, competitive events for many biking disciplines and all skill levels.
• Will be the “best run” bike race in the Intermountain West and a “destination” event for the community.
• Will work cooperatively with the City of Pocatello for the use of the City Creek Management Area to conduct the race.
Secondary Future Goals:
• Solicit individual trail sponsorship from area retailers and provide recognition signage.
• Actively determine community trail needs and make them a reality through the donation of labor and materials for:
• New bridges
• New signage
• Trail maintenance
• Water quality improvements and erosion prevention for our local waterways
• 6 successful races
• Purchased an equipment-tote to assist back-country trail maintenance, chain saw and other trial working tools.
• Purchased and installed new, permanent City Creek trail maps/signs.
• Created a kid’s BMX Course (Pump Track).
• Conducted several bridge replacements in the City Creek Trail System.
• Establish Pedal Fest as a “not-for-profit” 501(c)(3) corporation.
• Over 1000 man hours contributed to the Sterling Justice Trail.
• New trail signage for city creek trails and Sterling Justice Overlook
• Bike bridge for the Portneuf Health complex bike park